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Dare to Lie (The Sons of Steel Row) Mass Market Paperback – February 7, 2017
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PRAISE FOR DARE TO LIE
“Life-changing truths are revealed, sexual tension cuts like a blade, and complex characterization and expert dialogue enhance the winning plot. This novel will leave readers breathless.”—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
"Once again McLaughlin strikes a high note with this entry to The Sons of Steel Row series. There's violence and sex in equal mesasure, and she writes an exhilarating novel to be savored."--RT Book Reviews, Top Pick
Praise for the novels of Jen McLaughlin
“Sexy hot chemistry and heroes to die for!”—Laura Kaye, New York Times bestselling author
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“I’m a huge Jen McLaughlin fan—she never disappoints.”—Monica Murphy, New York Times bestselling author
About the Author
Jen McLaughlin is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of numerous books including the Out of Line Novels and Dare to Run and Dare to Stay in the Sons of Steel Row series. She has also written under the name Diane Alberts.
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The violence throughout Dare to Lie is viciously brought to life though Ms. McLaughlin’s vivid writing, and it is especially difficult when young men are lost to the gang war. The juxtaposition of Skylar’s and Scotty’s innocent and almost pure romance feels at times jarring and surreal against the stark contrast of the brutality of the streets, but this duality illustrates why Scotty risks everything and ultimately gives this story a depth and complexity that pushes Dare to Lie from a great book to an outstanding one.
ARC provided by publisher, but this review was voluntarily and honestly written. Review appeared first on All About Romance.
The romance started with insta-lust and frankly had me rolling my eyes at Skylar. It quickly moved to something more and I ended up loving their chemistry. The heat was electric and their chemistry felt genuine. I just wish this forbidden romance had begun more slowly.
Scotty’s involvement with the gang and his position working for the DEA made for some serious tension. It provided plenty of life and death moments giving the suspense thread of DARE TO ME depth. It also caused some relationship problems and awkward moments when Tate was present. The overall ARC of the series involving the Sons of Steel, DEA, and AFC make this a series to read/listen to from the beginning. It helps to understand the players and know the battles Scotty and the Sons of Steel face with the Bitter Hill Gang. I appreciated the way in which McLaughlin has taken us into the gangs and government agencies involved. She showcases Scotty’s struggle with loyalty and his dealings with law enforcement. Scotty is a standup guy and ultimately wants to protect and save his hometown. All of this gives the story some serious heart. Despite the darker aspects of Scotty and other members of the gang, the author made me understand them, and it was only inevitable that I fell for them too.
Eric London and Caitlin Elizabeth narrated giving us both Scotty and Skylar’s voices. I loved this dual point of view and felt the narrators did an excellent job of capturing their voices and emotions. The Sons of Steel series works well on audio bringing the tension, romance, and characters to life.
The Head of the Son’s, Tate Donovan, has a dual life. One public and the other as a crime lord. Very few are part of his inner circle where they become privy of a secret. He decides to send Scott to a charity function where his sister is. Yes, the criminal part of Donovan’s life is unaware that the Son’s leader has a sister. Tate makes it perfectly clear to Scott that Skylar is off limits. Scott is in complete agreement, that is until he meets Skylar and all of Tate’s warnings go out the window. This was an interesting to see Scott’s conflict in regards to Skylar as it pertains to Tate and the job he has to do. Secrets are revealed. There is a surprise twist at the end that I look forward to reading in book four.
Received this book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed on behalf of Once Upon an Alpha.
This was one of those stories you have to actually pay attention to the plot with. It wasn't a simple romance by any means. Scott. Not only a DEA agent undercover, but a meant of The Sons of Steel? Heck yes, bring it on.
Then there was Skylar. The Head of the groups, sister. Yep. You read that right. Not only did that complicate things, but it made that palpable chemistry and common thing with these two. A girl semi in the dark and a man that just want to make everything safer for the community.
This book was perfectly written. It kept me reading anxiously fromstath to finish. Not to much at a time, and not so little that I was waiting for stuff to happen. I need to grab the rest of this series because if this is any indication Jen just got a new fan!
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Dare to Lie by Jen McLaughlin
Book Three of the Sons of Steel Row series
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Let’s get one thing clear. I loved Dare to Lie, I loved Skylar, I loved Scotty, I loved this book! Now, moving on.Read more
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